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High Impact Residency Program Talks About Building a Team

By Bener Agtarap

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Sabbath is one of the most countercultural practices of our faith. In a world of consumption and commercialism, we are taught that our value is wrapped up in our ability to produce something or our purchasing power. In such a world, there is little space to honor things like rest and rhythm. In our December webinar, we talked about the value of developing a rhythm and living our lives by a conscious rule of life. May we spend some time this Advent season finding ways to establish sabbath rest and rhythm in our lives to honor God as well as our humanity.

In January, we will turn our attention toward planting churches with a team. The first thing Jesus did before launching his ministry was to call his leadership team. The same is necessary for us when we start a new faith community. The work of planting is difficult; developing a sustainable faith community starts with building a team. In our webinar, we will talk about what to look for in team members, how to identify whom you need on your team, the process of bonding with your team to become high performing, and empowering the people around you to use their strengths to help build the church. In church planting, having a healthy core team will lead to some of the greatest memories you will make in this journey. Having no team or the wrong team will lead to constant frustration.

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